Professional Tankless Water Heater Installation in and Around Greensboro, NC
Go Green proudly installs and services both new and existing water heaters and boilers in service areas that include Greensboro, NC, High Point, NC, Summerfield, NC, and Oak Ridge, NC. Whether you are in need of a complete tankless water heater installation or looking for an experienced company to perform annual tankless water heater maintenance, Go Green does it all. We will help you determine exactly which water heater or boiler is right for your home or office and get you the most return on your investment. You can always count on the Go Green team for all of your water heater services in Greensboro, NC, and its surrounding areas.
In addition to our expert tankless water heater installation services, homeowners and commercial entities can also enjoy water filtration, water line replacement, and drain cleaning services for clogged sewer lines. If you have a problem, we have a solution, bottom line!
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Different Types of Water Heaters
If you are having a difficult time determining what type of water heater is right for your home or commercial business, Go Green can help. We’ve been working in the industry for over 15 years and know a thing or two about water heater services and what works and doesn’t work for High Point, NC, and Summerfield, NC, residents. Take a look below at the different types of water heaters Go Green has available for installation.
Conventional Gas & Electric Water Heaters
Conventional gas and electric water heaters are available in a variety of sizes. These water heaters rely on tank temperature sensors to keep the stored water at the desired set temperature and tend to run semi-continuously, day or night, whether or not hot water is being used. The average life of a conventional water heater is anywhere from 9 to 12 years. Inspection and servicing of these water heaters should be completed annually to ensure the water heater is operating safely and efficiently.
Tankless Water Heaters
Tankless water heaters are also available in a variety of sizes. These water heaters rely on computers and sensors to deliver hot water at a desired set temperature. Tankless water heaters only run when there is a call for hot water (like turning on a faucet). The average lifespan for a tankless water heater is anywhere from 12 to 20 years. Tankless water heater maintenance is required on an annual basis to ensure buildup of scale is kept to a minimum and that the heater is operating safely and efficiently.
Hybrid Gas Water Heaters
Hybrid gas water heaters are a fairly new concept. These water heaters combine both worlds of conventional storage type water heaters along with tankless water heaters in which most of the pros are realized, and the cons are diminished. The average lifespan of a hybrid water heater is 10 to 16 years with an annual inspection and water heater service. Hybrid electric water heaters are similar to conventional electric water heaters except that they use heat pumps to heat the water. Hybrid water heaters can reduce water heating costs up to 71% and provide payback in two-three years. With annual savings of $437 or more, there is no better way to go green than with a hybrid electric water heater. Hybrid water heaters also usually come with a very good warranty program.
Solar Water Heaters
Solar water heaters have been around for hundreds of years. In fact, ancient Romans used a form of solar power in order to heat their water. Solar water heaters typically have two parts to the system: a storage tank (much like a conventional water heater) and a collector (usually seen on roofs). Most often solar water heaters do require electric or gas backup to ensure the user always has hot water available. Solar water heaters have a lifespan of anywhere from 20 to 30 years and actually boast one of the industry’s best warranties compared to other water heater types. There is an abundance of tax credits available through state, local, and federal government as well as financing opportunities. Keep in mind that solar water heaters do require annual servicing and maintenance just like the others to ensure safety and efficiency.
High Efficiency Water Heaters
High efficiency water heaters are much like conventional water heaters with slight variations, such as in efficiency (hence the name “high efficiency”). These water heaters can be very efficient as they can be vented using a plastic pipe due to the heater absorbing a large percentage of heat from the flue gases. The average lifespan of a high efficiency water heater is anywhere from 9 to 12 years. Inspection and servicing of these water heaters should be completed annually to ensure the water heater is operating safely and efficiently.
Boilers can be similar to both tankless water heaters and conventional water heaters, however, boilers have one purpose and that is to heat a large volume of water in a short period of time. Today, boilers are mainly seen in commercial settings, however, there is still a large number of boilers installed in residential homes to complete tasks such as hot water for radiant floor heating. Boilers are very energy efficient and provide one of the most comfortable and economical ways to heat a space. With the correct controls, installation practices and servicing, boilers can heat both domestic hot water and an entire residence or commercial building for years.
As you can see, there are many types of water heaters to choose from to heat your Oak Ridge, NC, home or Greensboro, NC, commercial business. Go Green is experienced in all aspects of water heater installation, repair, and service with flat rate pricing available upfront. Our hours are convenient, and our workmanship is guaranteed.
To schedule an appointment, dial 336-296-1100 or fill out a contact form on our website.